Rating: 4.7 out of 5
Are you a chemistry, engineering, biology, or physical sciences enthusiast ready to dive into the world of programming to tackle chemistry problems? Or maybe you’re a computer science wizard wanting to find out how to model these captivating chemistry puzzles? This course is perfect for you, as it’ll teach you how to model a variety of chemistry problems using Python!
Each chapter starts with fundamental Python concepts followed by exercise videos where chemistry problems are explained. You’ll then get step-by-step solutions to these problems using Python! But wait, there’s more! There are three exciting projects too. First, code a program that reads an organic compound and generates its IUPAC name. Next, write code to generate the molecular formula of a given substance. Lastly, develop a program that balances chemical equations. Don’t worry if you’re a beginner; this course uses only built-in commands and libraries. Time to embark on your chemistry and programming journey!
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Skills you’ll learn
- Python basics (variables, data types, loops)
- Modeling chemistry problems using Python
- Working with SMILES notation for organic compounds
- Applying IUPAC rules for naming compounds
- Determining molecular formulas from element composition
- Balancing chemical equations programmatically
- Implementing Python built-in commands and libraries
- Completing cumulative projects that strengthen Python and chemistry skills
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of chemistry and Python with the guidance of esteemed phD instructor, Guilherme Matos Passarini. Over 89 enthralling lessons, this course has already brightened the intellects of 717 eager students, garnering an impressive 4.66 out of 5 rating. Discover how Python can elevate your problem-solving abilities within the rich and complex realm of chemistry.